A New Day for Everyone

| May 23, 2020

Three People Never Having Met Beneath the sky, the moon – the sun – this ground, this coast, valley, or ridge. Along the long, long trail that is our path through Gully Ravine – or our crest at Lone Pine. I return this day to wanderings across places of conflict and to now distant interests. […]

Standing in the Footsteps of Valour

| July 9, 2012

V Beach, Gallipoli and the SS River Clyde The SS River Clyde was built in 1905 in Glasgow, Scotland as a 4,000 ton collier.  Similar to the Trojan horse used at Troy, the River Clyde, on April 25, 1915, was used to transport troops onto V Beach, Cape Helles the southernmost point of the Gallipoli […]